As a boy growing up in the Appalachian Mountains of Pennsylvania, Merle E. Jacobs ’48 loved all birds but was obsessed with yellow canaries. From a pair, he eventually developed a flock of 67 canaries – all happily living inside his family’s home. Fifty years later, I had the privilege of studying genetics under Professor Merle … Keep reading »
RIDING THE RAILS BY AUTO Back in the 1950s when I was a student at Goshen College, there were only a few freight trains per week using the tracks on the east side of campus. Late one afternoon, John Troyer ’58, Warren Rhodes ’59, Carrol Miller ’59 and I were in Carrol’s bright red Oldsmobile … Keep reading »
The Goshen College Music Center’s Hershberger Art Gallery will be featuring Bluffton (Ohio) University Professor of Art Gregg Luginbuhl’s recent ceramic work in a new exhibit from Jan. 20 to March 4.
The Spektral Quartet, one of the nation’s fastest-rising young string quartets and the ensemble-in-residence at the University of Chicago, returns to Goshen College Music Center on Friday, Jan. 18.
Goshen College students will focus on the theme “Lion & Lamb” for a Student Art Show, which is on display until Feb. 1 in the college’s Good Library Gallery.
To better meet the needs of incoming students, Goshen College has recently made some changes to available scholarships and financial aid processes, giving students a reason to take another look at the college.
Emmylou Harris will perform at Goshen College Jan. 12
The Spektral Quartet, one of the nation’s fastest-rising young string quartets, returns to Goshen College Music Center on Friday, January 18 at 7:30 p.m. for a program of quartets by Mozart, Verdi and Hugo Wolf.
In recent months, current and former Goshen College faculty have authored new books and chapters in new books.
The link between genetics and mental illness continues to engage Abram Hostetter, a Goshen College graduate and psychiatrist who is in his fourth decade of world-recognized research into why Old Order Amish are more susceptible to bipolar disorder than the general population.